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4 Things You Can Do to Make Your Home friendly for Kids

When you have kids at home, you can’t help but wonder almost all the time about what they are doing and if they are safe, especially if you are not looking after them. Kids are more concerned with pleasure than safety, thus you must ensure that your home is safe. After all, it is you who will run around seeking solutions when make messes or get injured.

A critical element to carefully select is the sofas. Kids enjoy playing on couches while in the living room and they are terrible at maintaining them clean. They get them dirty with their feet, shoes, dirty clothes, drinks, and food items. It doesn’t matter how many times to tell them not to, they can’t stop. To minimize your pressure and keep them comfortable at the same time, purchase leather sofas of high quality that are sturdy and easy to clean. If you have to choose slip covered sofas, then look for stain resistant fabric that will be easy to clean as well.

The other thing to also consider is your coffee table and cupboards. It is not advisable to buy sharp edged furniture for your home when you have kids who are learning to walk. Sharp edged furniture is hazardous, very painful when a person runs themselves against its corners, and it can cause serious injuries. As an alternative, go for round and oval shaped tables and cushion them on the top if possible to make them blunt, and blunt edged cupboards. This reduces their risk of injury when children play roughly around them. Keep off cupboards because they can easily fall on your kids, but if you have to buy them, make sure they are very heavy and installed in rooms where kids do not frequent.

The kind of flooring you choose when you have kids around is also critical. The most suitable type of floor to have when you have kids is one which is slip resistant, easy to clean, and warm. Hardwood floors can easily be cleaned, but they are very slippery particularly when a person is in socks. Concrete floors are also easy to clean, but can get very cold and freeze your little ones’ feet. Carpet tiles are a better flooring option when you have kids around because they are easy to clean, slip resistant, and warm.

Your walls are a stress factor when you have kids at the crayons stage. But, you can coat your walls with an easy to clean type of paint in areas where the kids frequent a lot or install chalkboards on the walls to make both you and your kids happy. Again, no matter how many times you tell them not to do things that you do not want them to, they will repeat them. Be wise!